Thai Amavasya 2024

Thai Amavasya 2024Thai Amavasya – No Moon Day – 9 February 2024 in Tamil Month Thai Masam 26th Sravana star 1945 Shobhakruth Tamil year. Amavasya will start from Friday 9 February 12:02pm – up to 10 February 2024 at 08:28am. This is meaning Pooja will be held on 9 February 2024 from 6AM to 12PM. Pooja will be done at Agniswarar temple near Cavery River (Sukra-Venus Temple).

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Mahalaya Amavasya on Cavery 2023

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
30 September 2022 – 14 October 2023

Agniswarar Temple, KanjanurMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead such as Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 30 to Amavasya on Saturday 14 October, Sarva Pitru Amavasya, 27, Purattaasi. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for deceased ancestors in sacred Teerths on riverbank on the Cavery River and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be held on Saturday, 14 October in Hastam nakshatra at Kanjanur Lord Agniswarar Temple, Tamil Nadu from 6 am to  5pm.

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Rahu-Ketu Peyarchi 2023

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RAHU – KETU PEYARCHI TRANSIT
8 October 2023



Rahu and Ketu are shadow planets, known by their effects – effects on individuals and their life paths, effects on the trajectory of nations. On 8th October 2023, Rahu and Ketu will change signs, called peyarchi. At this time of peyarchi or changing of signs, the effects of Rahu and Ketu are felt strongly. Puttaparthi Agastya Nadi Astrologer Sai Bharathi will be conducting puja to counteract effects of peyarchi on specific Moon signs and Sun signs.

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2023 Aadi Amavasya Puja

Cauvery River

Aadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to deceased ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2023 date is Wednesday 2:31 AM, July 17 IST to Thursday July 18, 04:38 AM, IST. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace. Sai Bharathi will be offering pinda pradhanam, pitr tarpana and pujas on this occasion on the banks of the Cauvery River, Kanjanur.

Kindly note, there are two Aadi dates for 2023 – 17 July and Wednesday, 16 August 2023.

Puja will be pithru dharpanam and tithi for the relations and parents. This puja will help you for very successful life, and all the obstacles will leave you. Health and wealth will be very satisfied. Those interested people can join in this puja. The puja will start from 6 AM to 4 PM. on the date of 17 July 2023.

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Jupiter – Brihaspati Peyarchi 2023

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BRIHASPATI PEYARCHI- TRANSIT OF JUPITER 2023


Shobhakrit Tamil Year on Saturday 22 April 2023 – Tamil month Vaishakha 22nd – at 11:24pam IST in the nakshatra of Ashwini Pada 1 Guru Bhagavan – Brihaspati (Jupiter) will transit from Pisces (Meena) to Aries (Mesha). This will create Guru Chandala yoga for long time. Puttaparthi Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi will be conducting puja, hommams, japam and abhishekam on Sunday 23 April 2023. This occasion is also Akshaya Tritiya, the Golden Day of Eternal Success. All interested may participate.

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Thai Amavasya 2023

Thai Amavasya 2023

Thai Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Thai (January – February) and is of great importance in Tamil culture. Thai Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors – siblings, parents and other relatives. Thai Amavasya 2023 date is January 21. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

7th Thai Tamil month , 21st January 2023, on Saturday, Uthradam star. the Puja will be held from 6 am to 6 pm. Pooja will be done at the Kaveri river at Kanjanoor. Puttaparthi Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi invites interested peoples to join this puja.

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Mahalaya Amavasya on Cavery 2022

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
11 September 2022 – 25 September 2022

Agniswarar Temple, KanjanurMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead such as Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 11 to Amavasya on 25 September, 08 Purattasi. The star-asterism is also auspicious to Lord Siva. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for deceased ancestors in sacred Teerths on riverbank on the Cavery River and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be held on Sunday 25 September in Uthiram nakshatra at Kanjanur Lord Agniswarar Temple, Tamil Nadu from 6 am to  5pm.

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2022 Aadi Amavasya Puja

Cauvery RiverAadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to deceased ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2022 date is Wednesday 9:11 PM, July 27 IST to Thursday July 28, 11:24 PM, IST. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace. Sai Bharathi will be offering pinda pradhanam, pitr tarpana and pujas on this occasion on the banks of the Cauvery River, Kanjanur.

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Amavasya Puja and Subramanya Puja

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Puja at Kasi Viswanathar Temple
29 May 2022

Kasi Viswanatha Temple near KumbakonamOn occasion of Vaisakhi Amavasya, 29 May 2022 – a puja will be conducted at Kasi Viswanathar Temple. On account of Krittika nakshatra (connection to Lord Subramanya) during Amavasya, several new Vel will be installed in the temple, with Vel Murugan puja.

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